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Doubles - 1985 - Broadway


Ritz Theatre

(New York, NY)
219 W. 48th St.
by Lauren Gienow - Sep 9, 2021
Director Kimberley Rampersad and a fine company bring Marcia Johnson's delightful and important story to life at the Stratford Festival. Fans of the Royal Family, fans of 'The Crown' and fans of good theatre will all enjoy this re-telling of a historical event from a perspective that has long been missing from the narrative.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2021
In November, the Conservatory will play host to its annual gala to support scholarships at the new Ute and William K. Bowes, Jr. Center for Performing Arts designed by Mark Cavagnero Associates (MCA) as a “vertical campus” where students can create, learn, and share music.
by Michael Major - Sep 2, 2021
'A Pretty Place To Fall Apart' also doubles as the soundtrack to the new series FRACTURE, in which she also stars.
by Timothy Treanor - May 6, 2021
There is an astonishing turn of events toward the end of I and You, but let’s not talk about that. Let’s talk about Walt Whitman instead. Whitman was a revolutionary who overthrew poetry. He trashed the self-conscious, hyperstylized European tropes which had dominated the art and substituted something purely American: a rough, colloquial, muscular free verse which tumbles over itself like the streams and brooks of his Long Island home.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 4, 2021
For the 3rd time in 4 weeks, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” was the most-watched daytime – network or syndicated – talk show (2.547 million). 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 28, 2021
After announcing a new album in October 2020, GusGus wowed fans with their first single “Higher,” offering a first taste of how VÖK’s impactful vocals mesh seamlessly with GusGus’ intelligent and powerful electronic production.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 26, 2021
In its 33rd season, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” ranks as the season’s No. 1 syndicated talk show for the first time ever across all key Nielsen measures, topping runner-up “Dr. Phil” by 6% in Households (1.9 rating vs. 1.8 rating), by 7% in Total Viewers (2.613 million vs 2.439 million) and by 14% with Women 25-54 (0.8 rating vs. 0.7 rating).
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 26, 2021
The album also embodies an opulent sound true to its scope. Co-produced by frontman A/J Jackson and Grammy Award-winner Mark Needham (The Killers, Dolly Parton, Chris Isaac), The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack continues the Saint Motel custom of joyfully blurring genres, bringing in elements of everything from symphonic pop to big band.
by Stephi Wild - May 20, 2021
Written and performed by Jack Holden (War Horse, West End; Ink, Almeida Theatre), CRUISE  is an urgent, moving and inspirational new play with live music and spoken word. Bringing to life 1980’s Soho, this one-man show is a celebration of queer culture; a kaleidoscopic musical and spoken word tribute to the veterans of the AIDs crisis.
by Jim Munson - May 18, 2021
If, like me, you’re not all that familiar with art songs by Black composers, Candace Johnson is here to show you what you’ve been missing out on. On May 22nd and 23rd, the acclaimed soprano and actress will perform her new show Music to My Ears - Hearing Adolphus Hailstork to kick off The Marsh’s new solo performance musical series The Art Songs of Black Composers on its digital platform MarshStream. Dr. Johnson will be joined by San Francisco Symphony pianist Marc Shapiro to shine a light on celebrated modern composer Hailstork’s song cycle Ventriloquist Acts of God, blending singing with theatrical storytelling to depict a university professor and her students discussing how to hear the music – and each other – in a whole new way. Immediately following the performance, Johnson and Shapiro will be joined by The Marsh Founder/Artistic Director Stephanie Weisman for a Q&A. Music to My Ears - Hearing Adolphus Hailstork will be streamed at 7:30pm PDT on Saturday, May 22 and 5:00pm PDT on Sunday, May 23. Prior to those performances, Johnson and Dr. Adolphus Hailstork will appear on Stephanie’s MarshStream at 7:30pm PDT on Thursday, May 20 to discuss his work. Additional information can be found at
by Gil Kaan - May 17, 2021
Antaeus Theatre Company launches their second season of their popular podcasts THE ZIP CODE PLAYS: LOS ANGELES May 20, 2021. Each play, set in six different L.A. zip codes, features acclaimed Antaeus actors enacting scripts written by members of the Antaeus Playwright Lab. Two-time Audiofile Award-winner Ramón de Ocampo reprises his role of series host, with Jeff Gardner and Ellen Mandel returning in their respective roles as audio producer/sound designer/foley artist and music composer.
by TV News Desk - Jun 8, 2021
The upcoming dates mark Saint Motel’s first live shows since their sold-out U.S. tour wrapped in March of 2020. Pre-sale tickets for all dates will be available beginning tomorrow, and general on sale begins this Friday, June 11 at 10:00am local time.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 7, 2021
The West Bank Cafe continues to bring interesting, diverse, and entertaining nightclub entertainers in to perform for their patrons, and Sunday night was an evening of variety... in fact, it was like two Variety TV Shows back to back.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 23, 2021
Now announcing plans for The Restart Season (2021-2022), the Realm's 15th anniversary season, the organization expands on what it's learned across this last year. The Playwrights Realm will forgo productions for a host of resources designed to help make this restart one in which artists and audiences are taken care of first.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2021
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection today joined with the Department of Cultural Affairs, the Department of Design and Construction, elected officials and environmental and community groups to cut the ribbon on the newly expanded Newtown Creek Nature Walk in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. 
by Debbie Hall - Jun 21, 2021
After 2020, it is time to get ready to party like it’s 1999! Purple Reign, The Prince Tribute Show starring Jason Tenner, returned to Tropicana Las Vegas, urging the audience, “Let’s Go Crazy!”
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 9, 2021
In true Billie Eilish dare-devilish fashion, the video features Billie herself, and 25 professional (extremely rehearsed) stunt drivers, weaving at full-speed around Billie at night. The video was shot in one take, and used no stunt doubles or VFX for the cars.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 8, 2021
“Snow Melt” is not your average Liquid Stranger track. Joining forces with longtime friend and psychedelic bass star LUZCID, Liquid Stranger dials back his usual uncompromising freeform bass sound for an introspective sonic experience.
by TV News Desk - Jul 8, 2021
Layered with vivid scenarios and heartfelt confessions, Omah Lay’s rich music not only depicts a young man daring to reveal his grittiest vices.
by Peter Nason - Jul 6, 2021
It's like taking a roller coaster ride through QT's mind!
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 29, 2021
Canadian singer-songwriter Michelle Creber is cruising into summer with a fresh pop jam radiating some seriously sunny, positive vibes. 'Feels Like Summer' is cruising in a convertible in the warm sunlight along a coastline of glimmering water and under cloudless skies. In other words, it's paradise - and it's available now.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 28, 2021
On the track, Wave Racer says, ''Look Up To Yourself' is my attempt at an anthem honouring the freedom of self-love and the perils of self-deprecation.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 28, 2021
“Live with Kelly and Ryan” built for the 2nd consecutive week in Total Viewers (+1% - 2.464 million vs. 2.432 million) and held even week to week in Households (1.7 rating) and Women 25-54 (0.7 rating).
by TV News Desk - Jul 26, 2021
koleżanka announced her signing to Bar/None Records with the Broadcast and Stereolab influenced “Vegan Sushi” and followed it up with her album announcement and second single “7th st/ 7th ave”, which premiered at NPR’s All Songs Considered where Bob Boilen drew comparisons to Cate Le Bon.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 26, 2021
NY PopsUp will present An Evening of 100 Boyfriends, curated by Whiting Award-winning author, Brontez Purnell. The one-time-only event, featuring readings from Purnell’s critically-acclaimed book, 100 Boyfriends, will be held at MoMA PS1 on Friday, July 30 from 5:30 – 8:00pm ET.
by Charlie Wilks - Jul 23, 2021
Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo is sensational in Benedict Lombe’s full-length debut currently running at The Bush Theatre. Directed by Anthony Simpson-Pike, the piece is an explosive and complex exploration of identity, belonging and self-love. Moving through tumultuous Congo, post-Apartheid South Africa, and hostile Ireland and England, we watch a woman find herself, through exploring her and the world’s history.
by Marina Kennedy - Jul 23, 2021
PATRÓN Tequila - the world's number one ultra-premium tequila, is collaborating with famed designer John Geiger to unveil a limited-edition streetwear collection launching on July 24 in celebration of National Tequila Day.
by Cheryl Markosky - Jul 21, 2021
At a time when we're getting too many words, words, words from a bumbling Prime Minister and his cronies, what a relief to discover a charming, kind and life-affirming silent movie-style production that harks back to simpler times. The enticing live piano score by composer Zoe Rahman, is the dialogue, aided by the odd ditty (song arrangements by Sophie Cotton) and clever projected captions taking you back to the heydays of Victorian music hall and Hollywood silent pictures.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 21, 2021
“Live with Kelly and Ryan” was the week’s most-watched daytime – network or syndicated – talk show (2.432 million) and marked its 70th consecutive week (including 13 weeks of ties) as the No. 1 daytime talk show among Women 25-54 – since the week of 3/9/20.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2021
The adaptation is a 90-minute version with a music score excerpted from the 1960's and 70's pop songbook. It is among the first professional live theatre productions in the DC area next month.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 2, 2021
City Theatre Company, Pittsburgh’s home for contemporary plays, has announced the details of the theatre’s 47th season of new works, taking place in-person beginning in September 2021. Reopening to audiences after 18 months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, City Theatre will fully produce six plays, live and in-person.
by David Bravos - Jul 16, 2021
The Addams Family has an enduring legacy originating as a single frame cartoons to now having spawned several TV series and movies. The musical follows in a similar vein and Zealous Productions brought together a most impressive team of performers and creatives to ensure that THE ADDAMS FAMILY hits every mark with an entertaining production.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2021
Shooter! introduces us to Professor Leia, who is befuddled by the task of ushering undergrads into the dramatic principles of playwriting and life lessons simultaneously. When a student brings in a violent play, she suspects him of being a possible school shooter. As Leia's home life becomes more dangerous, she doubles down on her fear of the potential shooter. A dark comedy about the danger of the dislocation of fear—both to the object of that fear and its agent. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 12, 2021
Seabright Productions will be presenting a season of the best-loved shows of previous Fringes at the Pleasance’s EICC this year. The Season contains something for everyone from Apphia Campbell’s Award-winning plays Woke and Black is the Color of My Voice to Richard Shelton’s Sinatra: Raw, and more.
by Adrienne Proctor - Jul 11, 2021
3rd Act Theatre's Drunk Classics tour is back again for Summer 2021. With stops at breweries around the metro area, this year's production of HAMLET WITH PIRATES is boozy, decadent, and fun. It's laced with audience selected improv edits, a drunk performer, and all the beloved Shakespearean characters in one of The Bard's most robust plays. Arrrgh!
by TV News Desk - Aug 9, 2021
In the series, HONEY (Kudrow), a standard poodle, opens her living room for the group to come and support each other through the misery, mayhem and majesty that is being a pet.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 4, 2021
The newly expanded Jump Encore! has announced its full cast and creative team for their inaugural production of Into the Woods! Jump Encore! has been producing children's productions for the last 8 years as part of Jump Dance Company in Lakewood Ranch.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 3, 2021
“Live with Kelly and Ryan” grew over the prior week by 14% with Women 25-54 (0.8 rating vs. 0.7 rating) to hit a 5-week high (since the week of 6/14/21) and held even week to week in Households (1.7 rating).
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 26, 2021
Tickets for Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror, the most ambitious retrospective to date of the work of Jasper Johns, are now available at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 26, 2021
A Place Called Home a transformative youth and community center serving South Central Los Angeles, announces the inaugural El Centro Del Sur Latinx Theater Festival streamed free to the community through support from the National Endowment for the Arts, to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 24, 2021
“Live with Kelly and Ryan” soared over the same week last year by 23% in Total Viewers (2.479 million vs. 2.016 million on w/o 8/10/20), building year over year for the 2nd consecutive week and in 8 of the last 9 weeks.
by Robert Encila-Celdran - Aug 23, 2021
All in all, it's a solid ensemble that appears to have bought into the collective adversity of mental illness. Though it feels like an isolated experience, it's clear that others are severely affected and that no one feels safe until everyone's shame is reconciled with the truth.
by Robert Diamond - Aug 20, 2021
Thom Schilling, the general manager, production supervisor and stage manager for dozens of Broadway, Off-Broadway and global tours for over 40 years, died in his sleep on August 19 in New York City. The cause of death is not presently known. Born in 1956, Thom was 64 years old.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 2, 2021
The new 52 Walker Street space will allow James Cohen to present large-scale programming and dynamic pairings of exhibitions in neighboring galleries.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 19, 2021
City Parks Foundation, the only independent nonprofit to offer programs in public parks in the five boroughs, will hold its 23rd Annual CityParks Tennis Benefit at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Tuesday, August 31.  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 17, 2021
In fact, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” was one of only two syndicated talk shows to improve over the same week last year.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 29, 2021
Twenty-six years after it was written, Australian classic The 7 Stages of Grieving is receiving a contemporary update under the guidance of Sydney Theatre Company's Resident Director Shari Sebbens.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 23, 2021
Global Dan doubles down on this theme through his signature falsetto flow, dismissing the fake friends who always come around when he’s up on dough.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 23, 2021
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, the Sheikh Zayed Book has revealed the winners of its 15th edition across eight key categories.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 20, 2021
In its 33rd season, “Live with Kelly and Ryan” ranks as the season’s No. 1 syndicated talk show for the first time ever across all key Nielsen measures, leading runner-up “Dr. Phil” by 6% in Households (1.9 rating vs. 1.8 rating), by 7% in Total Viewers (2.634 million vs 2.465 million) and by 14% with Women 25-54 (0.8 rating vs. 0.7 rating).